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Found 24 record(s)

Req # A-2018-00027

Copy of the Integrated Waste Strategy Report, the Postclosure Safety Assessment Addendum #1, the Waste Acceptence Criteria and the NSDF Reference Inventory Report.

Organization: Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

444 page(s)
April 2019

Req # A-2018-00127

Any record (final copy) that analysis, reviews or assesses the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires and its contribution to veterans employment. The scope of the search should be restricted to the fiscal years 2015-16 to present.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

224 page(s)
April 2019

Req # A-2018-00140

CLARIFICATION: Requesting the final copy of the binder that was provided to the new Minister of Veterans Affairs Canada, and any other briefing material that was provided to the new Minister of Veterans Affairs who was sworn in on January 14, 2019. ORIGINAL REQUEST: Copy of all transition binders and documents for the new Minister of Veterans Affairs who was sworn in on January 14, 2019

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

548 page(s)
April 2019

Req # A-2018-00146

Ministerial briefing book and/or briefing notes prepared for the new Minister of Veterans Affairs Jody Wilson-Raybould as of January 17, 2019. Exclude cabinet confidence.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

542 page(s)
April 2019

Req # A-2018-00151

Obtain a complete copy of the briefing books sent to the new minister responsible for Veterans Affairs Canada since Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's announcement on January 14, 2019, to date.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

548 page(s)
April 2019

Req # A-2018-00158

Requesting copy of adjudication manual used by adjudicators to process claims for disability pensions. Disability Pensions/ Awards Medical Assessment and Reassessment manual.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

828 page(s)
April 2019

Req # A-2018-00066

Requesting how many harassment claims have been filed in the department in the last 10 years? of these claims how many were resolved formally ( investigative process) vs informally (conflict resolution methods)? of those that were resolved formally, how many claims were determined unfounded? how many contracts were awarded and at what amount related to these formal investigations? how many of the contracts were related to unfounded claims? of those that were resolved informally, how many were determined unfounded? what were the reasons the claims were determined unfounded in each case? how much did your department spend each year on formal harassment complaints management? Please include contract value and estimates for salary of employees and management contributions to the management of case, as well as salary for those the complainant and the respondent based on your harassment management policies. Please include salary estimates for complainant, respondent, HR employees and management managing the case, as well as the salaries for all conflict management or employee assistance workers involved in a case as per your informal conflict management or employee assistance workers involved in a case as per your informal conflict management policies.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

1 page(s)
April 2019

Req # A-2018-00168

All briefing materials, memos and emails prepared for or held by the Deputy Minister on the Parliamentary Budget Officer's report on the Pension for Life

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

150 page(s)
April 2019

Req # A-2018-00179

Requesting guidelines or protocol that VAC is using or will be using determine whether a decision is rendered under the Pension Act, the Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act or the Veterans Well-Being Act. It is based on when the application is ordered, when the application is submitted, the service standard start date? Also requesting copies of the revisions to the protocol or guidelines if the policies have been revised at any point

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

159 page(s)
April 2019

Req # A-2018-00180

With respect to the prohibitions on communication with Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC), obtain the following: (1) policies allowing VAC to prohibit an individual from contacting them, whether (a) totally or (b) partially; (2) procedures to be followed by VAC to prohibit an individual from communicating (a) partially or (b) totally with them; (3) the number of persons who can no longer communicate (a) partially or totally with VAC; (4) the number of veterans who can no longer communicate (a) partially or (b) totally with VAC; (5) the opinions, recommendations, studies and correspondence surrounding (a) this practice, (b) this procedure, (c) this policy and (d) its development; and (6) the total number of veterans receiving VAC services.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

61 page(s)
April 2019